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    Fully Uncirculated Red Seal San Francisco Fed

    Fr. 1083b $100 1914 Red Seal Federal Reserve Note PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.
    PMG was clearly quite impressed by this note, lauding "Vivid Detail, Great Embossing & Color" on the holder. These terms were common only before PMG implemented the usage of EPQ, which states essentially the same thing, and this is clearly one of their first generation of holders. We cannot help but agree on all accounts. The red overprint is exceptionally vivid. Strong punch-through embossing is noticed, especially on the serial number - so much so that the upper serial number is clearly visible on the back of the note. This is the highest graded example of this type we had the opportunity to offer.




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    August, 2015
    13th Thursday
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